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There are essentially three different ways to hire IT professionals for your business. The one type model is Break/Fix, which means you have an issue, call/hire them to fix the issue and then pay(usually by the hour), and that is the end of the relationship. You won’t hear from them until the next time you have… Read more »

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Got Penguin troubles? This is the start of what appears to be a very long blog article on how to successfully recover from Penguin. Years ago, we started doing SEO for our website and for clients as well. I would test out various link building tactics on my own site before ever using it on… Read more »

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Using Windows 8.1 has become a rollercoaster ride since its release on April, 8 2014 – which also happens to be the same day Windows XP was officially retired. With all the updates, bugs and fixes; Windows 8.1 has proven to be less than reliable for many. Since Microsoft released and then retracted the early… Read more »

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We have officially launched our new website. Our goal was to decrease our bounce rate, while providing a much nicer design. The UI should be nicer, and we have gone 100% responsive. Before we had to maintain a mobile optimized site as well as our main website. By going responsive, we merged the two and… Read more »

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Three Mistakes Gamers Make When Choosing a Motherboard for their Gaming Computer Perhaps the most overlooked component for new system builders is the motherboard. The motherboard is the central hub for all of the computer components. It’s how all of the other parts of a computer system communicate with each other. Without a motherboard, a… Read more »

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Windows 8 is here! If you were in the market for a new computer, hopefully you got a good deal on it. There have been lots of great deals, and there are still some left. Email/call us if you need help finding a good deal. All new computers now are coming with Windows 8. It is… Read more »

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Hackers don’t have to rely on traditional methods to steal your identity, your data containing personal information, or getting hold of your bank account to rob you of your hard earned money. Hacking into your personal computer or sifting through your trash to obtain any sensitive information regarding your secret date or the lunch you… Read more »

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When you uninstall Google Chrome, it stops you from being able to open any links in Outlook and Outlook Express. This is particularly annoying for Outlook and OE users. I’ve documented the fix below: Restoring Registry Settings: 1. Click Start, click Run, type Regedit in the text box, and then click Ok. 2. Navigate to the following subkey: HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClasses.html… Read more »

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After hours of frustration and your inability to solve your own computer problems, who do you turn to? You might think, well I’ll just call up Best Buy they should be able to get the job done. However, Best Buy and other large companies are known for over pricing at rates of nearly $100 an… Read more »

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Old Tech, New Life It’s not a crime to want the latest phone, laptop, tablet, or gaming system. They are made to be bought, and therefore consumers ought to be able to enjoy them guilt-free. Yet Earth-friendly techies everywhere are concerned about what humanity’s endless appetite for electronics will do to a planet with rapidly… Read more »